# Given number is even or odd in Python

Write a Program to given number is even or odd

Here’s a program written in Python to determine whether a given number is even or odd, along with an explanation and the expected output:

``` # Taking input from the user num = int(input("Enter a number: ")) if num % 2 == 0: # Checking if the number is even or odd Â Â Â  print("Even") else: Â Â Â  print("Odd") ```

Explanation:

• The program starts by prompting the user to enter a number using the input() function. The int() function is used to convert the input into an integer.
• The number is stored in the variable num.
• The program uses an if statement to check whether the remainder of dividing num by 2 is equal to 0. If the remainder is 0, the number is even; otherwise, it’s odd.
• If the condition in the if statement is satisfied (i.e., the number is even), the program prints “Even”. Otherwise, it prints “Odd”.

Output (Odd) 1:

```Enter a number: 7 Odd ```

In this example, if the user enters the number 7, the program checks whether 7 % 2 equals 0. Since it’s not equal to 0, the program determines that 7 is an odd number and displays “Odd” as the output.

Output (Even) 2:

```Enter a number: 8 even```

In this example, if the user enters the number 8, the program checks whether 8 % 2 equals 0. Since it’s equal to 0, the program determines that 8 is an even number and displays “even” as the output.

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